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Faculty of Business Introduction to Electronic Commerce (BA2123-01A) Fall 2014 Instructor InformationName Dongmin KimEmail Please use the Desire2Learn e-mail function to contact me during the class. Use after the courseOffice LocationOland Hall Room 219 (OH 219)Office HoursThursday 100pm-130pm or by AppointmentPhone506-653-2052 Course InformationCourse TitleIntroduction to Electronic Commerce / BusinessCourse NumberBA2123-01ACourse DescriptionThis is an introductory course that examines all facets of Internet commerce. Topics covered include eCommerce strategy, eCommerce applications (business to consumer, business to business, and business to employee) and their implications. LocationIH107Meeting Day(s)Tuesday and ThursdayMeeting Time(s)1130am-1250pmPrerequisite(s)Successful completion of 24 Cr of BBA, CS, or DA program or admission to the Certificate in Electronic Commerce. All students are expected to be able to use word processing and spreadsheet software. NOTE Any student not having the stated course prerequisite(s) with a minimum grade of C will be removed from this course after the last day to add classes. All students are expected to be able to use word processing and spreadsheet software. Academic portfoliosStudents are strongly encouraged to create an academic portfolio, retaining all course outlines, tests and projects so that if they are transferring, applying for advanced standing, or vying for accreditation, they will have the documentation necessary and will not have to rely on the record-keeping of the institution to support such activities. textbooksRecommended supplementary book Google AdWords For Dummies by Howie Jacobson (2nd edition) (or Google AdWords For Dummies by Howie Jacobson and Kristie McDonald (3rd Edition) is also acceptable) Unauthorized photocopying of texts and published materials is an infringement of copyright. No unauthorized photocopied texts or materials are permitted to be used in the classroom or during open book examinations. Course Ojbectives The objective of this course is for students to develop a critical perspective of the high level principles being applied by organizations within the emerging world of EC(Electronic Commerce) and E-Business. Students will have a basic understanding of a managerial perspective regarding - What EC and eBusiness are - The different applications of EC and eBusiness, namely B2C, B2B, and B2E - What major opportunities, limitations, issues, and risks related to EC are Plagiarism and academic misconductPlagiarism includes quoting verbatim or almost verbatim from any source, including all electronic sources, without acknowledgement adopting someone elses line of thought, argument, arrangement, or supporting evidence without acknowledgement submitting someone elses work, in whatever form without acknowledgement knowingly representing as ones own work any idea of another. Examples of other academic offences include cheating on exams, tests, assignments or reports impersonating somebody at a test or exam obtaining an exam, test or other course materials through theft, collusion, purchase or other improper manner submitting course work that is identical or substantially similar to work that has been submitted for another course and more as set out in academic regulations found in the Undergraduate Calendar. University regulations applicable to all courses are described in the University Calendar. Definitions of academic misconduct, including plagiarism, are clearly defined in 2014-2015 Undergraduate Calendar. It is your responsibility to fully understand these Regulations and their ramifications. Ethical StandardsThe following behaviours are considered unacceptable Telling an instructor you need a certain grade. Asking for extra assignment(s) for the purpose of raising your grade. Asking your grade be raised because it is very close to the next higher grade. Asking a grade be raised because you did very well on one part of the